Utah State Highways

The Utah State Highway System is a network of roads and highways maintained by the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT). The system includes over 10,000 miles of roads, of which about 2,000 miles are classified as state highways. State highways are numbered with three-digit numbers, and are typically used for local and regional travel.

State highways are important for transportation in Utah, providing access to major cities, towns, and tourist destinations. They also play an important role in the state’s economy, by supporting businesses and industries that rely on goods and services transported by truck.  The Utah State Highway System is a vital part of the state’s transportation network. It provides safe and efficient travel for residents and visitors alike.